Incluimos a continuación referencias de algunos de los programas de Mindfulness e Inteligencia Emocional utilizados por las “grandes” a nivel mundial.

Mindfulness arrives in the workplace
Chade-Meng Tan: “Search Inside Yourself”
Thich Nhat Hanh
O.K., Google, Take a Deep Breath
In Sillicon Valley, meditation is no fad. It could make your career
Managers Learn Mindfulness to Improve Their Performance
Working with ‘mindfulness’ reduces stress in the workplace
MPs Slow The Westminster Treadmill With Weekly ‘Mindfulness’ Meetings
Google Searches
Google’s ‘Search Inside Yourself’ Program Built on Mindfulness

Los expertos opinan

Everybody knows this EI thing –Emotional Intelligence- is good for their career… And every company knows that if their people have EI, they´re gonna make a shitload of money
Chade-Meng Tan, founder of Search Inside Yourself at Google
There is no way for us to expect the kind of excellence and performance that we need to stay ahead of the competition and be innovative without fully training the capacity of our mind
Janice Marturano, Founder the General Mills program and later launched the Institute for Mindful Leadership
It makes sense that we’re seeing more interest in mindfulness. If workers are worried about past projects that weren’t stellar or a future deadline creeping up, how can they be creative and focused on the work at hand?
Judy Martin, Life coach, founder of Work Life Nation
Stress reduction is important, but the real value comes in the ability to step out of whatever reaction you’re having — which is usually habitual or automatic — so you can do something different… That happens for individuals, for teams, and it can happen at a company
Jeremy Hunter, Drucker School of Management at Claremont Graduate University professor
Across the board, every single person we talk to (at Intel) experiences stress…they feel that if they weren’t stressed it would mean they’re not working hard enough. It’s Intel culture. We are very driven, and we have a corporate culture in which it is accepted to overload yourself and work into the night and not take breaks during the day. It’s crazy how we go through our lives and rarely take time out to reflect or take a breath and pause when something upsetting happens. Mindfulness can teach us how.
Lindsay Van Driel, Manager of Operations at Business Client Platform division en Intel, iniciadora del programa Awake@Intel

Fuentes consultadas: GOOGLE POST, GENERAL MILL WEBSITE, NEW YORK TIMES, THE ANGELS TIMES, FORBES, MIAMI HERALD, SELFGROWTH.COM, INTEL FREE PRESS, MINDFUL MAGAZINE, THE HUFFINGTON POST